Earlier this year we received a Neighbourhood Small Grant to host a block party for the Peregrine, Mule Deer, Falcon and Eagle Place streets. After a lot of planning, delays due to wildfires and smoke, the event was held on September 10th. It was a beautiful day for the Driveway Dinner and the guests arrived for a long table dinner and a chance for everyone to celebrate with members from the Anarchist Mountain Fire Department.
By Selena Cole
Many communities in British Columbia are currently under water restrictions because of drought.
Even areas known for coastal rain forests are under the highest water use restriction – Stage 4 – meaning that all outdoor water use (watering lawns, washing cars, filling pools, etc.), including watering food crops on farms, is prohibited.
Most of us on the mountain get our water from wells that draw it from hundreds of feet below ground. This doesn’t mean that this source isn’t impacted by drought or overuse, especially in times of drought.Continue reading
By Brenda Arychuk
It is finally here!
Well, at least to some areas – Telus now has PureFibre internet and tv and is installing so you can get off the hub.
Osoyoos Curling Club is offering a free learn to curl clinic on Saturday September 30, 2023. This is a great opportunity for those who are interested in curling. Head to their website for more information.
Beautiful Shot by Michelle Carty
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The tell-tale signs of the changing season have started and will soon be all around us.
It’s a perfect time to slow down and take notice of everything our amazing backyards have to offer at this time of year. Shorter days, longer nights, brighter skies, reds and yellows painted across the landscape.
Wildlife behaviour is changing too. Many species are preparing for migration or hibernation, some are in the process of or getting ready to mate, and most are taking every opportunity to feast on fall’s bounty as they prepare for the winter months ahead.
Anarchist Mountain Rollers raised over $10,000 for Canada’s Great Cycle Challenge, which raises funds to help fight kids’ cancer through the SickKids Foundation.
This small, but mighty team of four residents, rode 575 km in the month of August, despite what the elements threw at them.